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iScot June 2017 issue - the one with The Proclaimers 'Turn that frown upside down' front cover 116 jam packed pages of the best craic in Scotland from the only truly independent pro Scottish magazine. Alyn Smith MEP - "You're Welcome Here" Robbie Dinwoodie - Saying 'AYE" with LFI Dave Bowman - The Angus Roberston Interview Derek Bateman - More Democracy? Dave Bowman - Gala's Pride Tom Morton - Cadenhead celebrates & Scotland's best Whisky Column Wee Ginger Dug - Nae North Britain Blaze's Trail - Dog for Sale! David J Black - A bedtime story Grousebeater - Promoting The Proclaimers Jason Michael McCann - Subversion of Democracy? John MacKenzie - The Arran Clearances ( yes, 40 miles from Glasgow!) Zoe Weir - Within its walls - Linlithgow Palace Iain McLaren - Photo Essay Mary Edward - The Jews of Glasgow Indy Lawyer - Your very good health Vivien Martin - Spaceman & Spies iScot Short Story - David McVey - Mr Scotland Major Bloodnok and Mystic Mons Meg Heidbyler Soduko ( No, not Sudoko!) Readers Letters

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Alyn Smith is one of Scotland’s six Members of the European Parliament. He is a member of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee and Scotland’s representative on the Agriculture Committee
WITHIN DAYS of this magazine hitting the streets the
‘Tories have lurched to the right to appeal to UKIP
I RECKON the age of Fake News began in ancient Rome
iScot’s DAVE BOWMAN looks ahead to next month’s 133rd Durham Miners’ Gala - or the Big Meeting as it’s called in north east England - and says Europe’s biggest annual community and trade union gathering is one of Britain’s best days out. And there won’t be a Union Jack in sight!
Nae North British HERE!
ACCORDING to a YouGov survey conducted in early September
Grouse Beater is an essayist, filmmaker and troublemaker
The whisky bottler and retailer Cadenheads celebrates its 175th anniversary this year - and its Edinburgh shop offers all the tradition, range and expertise the most discriminating connoisseur could ask for, says Tom Morton.
The Hyper-commodification of Edinburgh
YOU SEE… this is what happens when Dad asks if he can
The Clearances, as most iScot readers will no doubt
Used and abused by the English; Linlithgow Palace endured
I’ve great reason to toast often and loudly the staff
A COLLECTION of photographic studies by Iain McLaren
The first recorded mention of a Jewish person in Glasgow
Glenelg has it all!
My Grandad always said that the Phoney War was worse
Heed my wisdom or I’ll set the Boys’ Brigade on you
‘Heid Byler’ is a clueless crossword. The grid is filled
iScot reporter Zoe Weir caught up with the First Minister